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Our events are a unity-focused ceremony and meeting of excellence being held as an important step toward unifying the African, Afro-Caribbean and African-American communities all of which make up the African Diaspora.
Giannis Sina Ugo Antetokounmpo born December 6, 1994) is a Greek-Nigerian professional basketball player for the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Antetokounmpo began playing basketball for the youth teams of Filathlitikos in Athens. In 2011, he began playing for the club's senior team before entering the 2013 NBA draft, where he was selected 15th overall by the Bucks.
THIS WEEK ON THE PROGRESSIVE MINDS SHOW
“Whatever you choose for a career path, remember the struggles along the way are only meant to shape you for your purpose,” he said, adding later on, “As you commence to your paths, press on with pride and press on with purpose.”
Who We Are
Positive Vibes or Progressive Minds were the two most favorite phrases that will always jump at me anytime I will reflect on life. It was a quite late afternoon when I finally settled on the later as the vision that I would to impact on our society. My passion has always been for the wellbeing of people and community growth advocacy but had been subtle due to the chase for the American dream. So, when my friend (Black Jesus) invited me as a guest on his show for the first time to a local Ghanaian radio station in Chicago, my purpose on earth was uncovered and affirmed there and then.
Changing mindsets in the diaspora and in Africa. Building our communities through dialogue while effecting positive attitudes.
About the Program
The Progressive Minds Show is an online radio show that runs on Wednesday evenings from 6pm-8pm CST 12AM GMT Live on Facebook and Youtube. We currently also stream live on Trend Africa TV and MyStar Radio and soon to be on our website and other podcast platforms.
We discuss pressing, educational and developmental issues confronting our community, Africa and the diaspora. This is done on weekly bases with resource persons who volunteer in the area of discussion.